Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Oct 23, 2016 Views: 103
If you are using Google Scholar directly on the internet and you click on the article's title it takes you to the publisher's page. There you are prompted to pay or sign in for access to the full text of the article. The publisher does not recognize your Walden credentials if you go to their website directly on the internet.
The most efficient way to use Google Scholar to search the Walden Library's databases is to access Google Scholar from our webpage.
Note: If you access Google Scholar directly from the internet you will have to follow the steps to manually connect Google Scholar to the Walden Library. This connection is erased when you clear your cache and cookies, and will need to be redone.
If you see a "Find at Walden" link to the right of the article, click on that. That will take you into the Walden Library databases.
- What is the Find at Walden button?
- Is there a way to automatically connect the Walden Library to Google Scholar?
- How do I link Google Scholar to the Walden Library?
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